This free downloadable e-book can be read on your computer or e-reader. Mobi files can be read on Kindles, Epub files can be read on other e-book readers, and Zip files can be downloaded and read on your computer.
This presentation contains images and brief descriptions of five traditional products made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia. It can be used during a unit on indigenous cultures or on product design and technology in history. Suitable for all ages.
The resource includes two filetypes: a MS Powerpoint file and a PDF file.
A KS2 history based unit on the Tudors. Includes History topic planning on the Tudors, Science (animals including humans- diet) unit based on the question- should we eat like a Caveman or a Tudor?, PE- Tudor Dance and Expressive Arts again based on the Tudors. All planned with the new curriculum.
- Detailed lesson plans for all 4 subjects
- Cross Curricular links that work
A blank KWHL grid; fantastic time saver!
Can be adapted to any subject.
Can be used in both FP or KS2.
Successfully used at the beginning of a new topic to gage pupil's prior knowledge and guide planning.
This is a richly illustrated addendum to a separate 11-lesson Florence Nightingale theme. It consists of 7 lessons on people who lived at the same time as Florence Nightingale plus a set of worksheets. Contents of the lessons and worksheets are shown below. The theme is designed for cross-curricular teaching of all subjects--including literacy, reading, writing, spelling, role playing and drama, science, geography, history, art and technology, music, math, dance and movement, and Circle Time. It was written primarily for lower-grade primary students, but it can be adapted and enriched for higher grades. A complete 18-lesson version of the theme and worksheets is also available.
1. Alexander Graham Bell invented the telephone
2. Louis Braille developed a system that enabled blind people to read
3. Mark Twain, author of “Tom Sawyer” and “Huckleberry Finn”
4. Helen Keller paved the way for deafblind people
5. Thomas Edison invented the electric light bulb
6. Jean François Champollion was the first Westerner to decipher Egyptian hieroglyphics
7. Scientist Albert Einstein discovered the theory of relativity
Page 1. Title page and Table of Contents
Page 2. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for more advanced students
Page 3. Alexander Graham Bell, Lesson 1 Worksheet, for less advanced students
Page 4. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for more advanced students
Page 5. Louis Braille, Lesson 2 Worksheet, for less advanced students
Page 6. Lessons 3 to 7 Worksheet -- Mark Twain, Helen Keller, Thomas Edison, Jean François Champollion, and Albert Einstein